Steve Bannon makes a smart career move

The first time I heard of Steve Bannon was when the left was calling him a white supremacist which is quickly becoming code for anyone white not down with anything left. My suspicions were correct in that Bannon wasn’t anything of a sort but in so doing discovered that Bannons’ anti-trade rhetoric was a bit Smoot-Hawleyish and silly.

Steve Bannon wasn’t on the Trump team in matters economic so that was a good thing. He was placed in national security then demoted then fired. When I first saw Bannon on television he looked like he was made entirely of liver. The kind of guy you see at an AA meeting eating donuts in the back and leaving early so as not to miss closing time at a whiskey distillery.

He reemerged as the cheerleader for the Roy Moore senatorial campaign in Alabama, a candidate who presumably loves cheerleaders even when they don’t make the team or even to high school. Moore is a God-fearing kind of guy who hires Jewish lawyers just in case anyone thinks he’s anti-Semitic to which no one had accused him of to my knowledge which probably means he is anti-Semitic.

Roy Moore lost and in so doing became a sore loser by threatening lawsuits with a team of Jewish lawyers presumably thinking if they can kill Jesus then maybe they can get him a seat in the Senate. In the meantime, Steve Bannon slithered out of Dixie with no where to go and nothing to do. So he’s made a career move by ingratiating himself with the Trump-Collusioncrats and maybe get himself on CNN which, if I may say so myself, is a smart move.

Bannon has called Don Trump Jr “treasonous” and “unpatriotic” according to a book by Michael Wolff called “Fire and Fury: Inside Trump’s White House.” Bannon rehashes a much hyped meeting Don Jr set up with some Russian woman at Trump Tower which should have been unnecessary since his father was presumably colluding with Russia anyway but that would be too logical. Maybe Wolff is making it up but Bannon has refused to comment on the matter. According to Bloomberg Politics:

Earlier on Wednesday, New York Magazine published excerpts of a forthcoming book by author Michael Wolff in which Bannon criticizes Trump’s campaign as well as the president and his family. The Guardian published excerpts of the book in which Bannon predicts that Special Counsel Robert Mueller will “crack Don Junior like an egg on national TV” over the president’s son’s meeting with a Russian lawyer at Trump Tower in June 2016.

Bannon also called Donald Trump Jr.’s meeting with the lawyer, in which he expected to receive damaging information on Trump’s election opponent Hillary Clinton, “treasonous” and “unpatriotic,” according to the Guardian.

Bannon, reached by Bloomberg News, declined to comment on the remarks published by the Guardian. Two people close to him said he wasn’t bothered by the president’s statement. They asked not to be identified discussing Bannon’s reaction.

Bannon hasn’t renounced any of it. If none of it were true we would think that he would. So expect a revived Bannon appearing on television, his name mentioned throughout the year which is fine, whatever. The Collusioncrats will want more information and invite him to all the cool parties and television shows just don’t expect him to wear a tie or shave (what is up with that?). He should fit right in.


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